Updated NFL MVP Rankings Week 11 Edition

Week 11.

Off the list: Josh Allen, Dak Prescott, Ryan Tannehill

8- Justin Herbert- This guy is like a hot potato. On the list, off the list, on the list, off the list. Herbs is dynamic, he’s electric, but sometimes he downright stinks. The reality is, when he’s on his A game, his A-game is as good as anyone in the NFL. 30-41 382 yards, 3 passing TD’s, to go with 90 yards on the ground. Unreal performance against the Steelers in primetime.

7- Mac Jones- Look, he isn’t doing anything spectacular, there’s no debate about that. But you know what he is doing? Winning. 5 straight wins for the Patriots and while his numbers aren’t going to blow you away – you have to ask yourself, would the Pats be able to do this with anyone playing QB? Or does it have to be the exact right guy. I think that’s the answer and Mac deserves credit for that.

6- Jalen Hurts- This guy has been a breath of fresh air, one of the most exciting players to watch in the league and he just seems to get better each week. 3 rushing touchdowns against one of the best run defenses in the NFL in the New Orleans Saints. Truly impressive stuff. Hurts currently ranks 9th in the league in rushing.

5- Deebo Samuel- One spot up from where he was in last week, continuing to impress me in a very collegiate way. Deebo is 2nd in the NFL in receiving yards but what I love even more is that he’s been the team’s best rusher the last 2 weeks. 8 carries 79 yards and a touchdown on the ground alone against the Jags. Niners are rolling right now, winners of 3 of their last 4.

4- Lamar Jackson- 1st time he hasn’t been #1 on the list since week 4! Put yourself in bubble wrap and don’t go outside Lamar, now is no time to be getting sick. This team needs you if they are going to be successful. A little hand sanitizer and some Day Quil and you’ll be right back up to #1 in no time. Ravens upcoming schedule BTW- Browns, Steelers, Browns, Packers, Bengals, Rams, and Steelers. Yikes.

3- From #2 to #3, no fault of his own, bye week for the Rams. Really nothing new here, Kupp is the most dominant WR in the NFL and him falling on this ranking says more about the fluid nature of the list than it does about him. Comically, even with a bye week, he still leads all WR’s in receiving yards by 200.

2- Tom Brady- The Bucs are back on track after another efficient performance from the GOAT. The Bucs had dropped 2 in a row and the Bucs of old would’ve turned a 2 game losing streak into a 4 game losing streak with ease. Brady doesn’t let that happen, he exemplifies excellence…307 yards 2 touchdowns – still stands atop the league in passing touchdowns. Truly amazing.

Number 1!- Jonathan Taylor- The first RB to take the top spot this year, he has officially eclipsed the Derrick Henry mark and JT is all alone at the top of the NFL. He leads the league with 1,122 rush yards and 13 touchdowns on the ground. Jonathan Taylor has now tied the NFL record of 8 straight games with 100 scrimmage yards and a Rush TD. A record held by Ladandian Tomilinson and Lydell Mitchell a former Baltimore Colt.

Indianapolis Colts v Las Vegas Raiders

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